Evening/Weekends Evenings & Weekends
A convenient and flexible way to try out NAIT credit courses without having to enrol in a specific program. A variety of delivery options (day, evening, online) let you study at your own pace to meet your own educational goals.
A self paced course where the individual learner interacts with a computer to acquire knowledge and skills.
A self paced course offered primarily through print media. Communication with a tutor or instructor can be by phone, email, regular mail, or other means.
A course in which student(s) conduct collaborative applied research with a sponsor. The research takes place at sponsor's location and/or NAIT, and is normally completed within a six month timeframe.
An interactive online course, taught by an instructor, where the learner accesses total instructional time via the internet.
Face to Face
(In Person) A course with learning events in classroom or lab or by other electronic means guided by a facilitator using educational technologies such as video conference, web conference, or teleconference.
A course which is generally 6 weeks and longer in duration and requires a medium to high level of involvement from NAIT staff namely: Credit Work Experience, which applies only to the Applied Degree setting, Clinical Placement and Field Placement, both of which occur in the Certificate and Diploma program settings.
The course name for all short-term program based work experience of less than 240 hours.
The final module in this series is designed to instruct participants how to train company representatives to become assessors and verifiers, prepare for, perform and verify a competence assessment. As well, this module will discuss topic surrounding evaluation of an employee’s readiness and what defines acceptable evidence. There will be discussion around dealing with difficult people and participants will get an opportunity to perform a mock interview and assessment.
Upon completion of this module, the participant should be able to: 1. Formulate reasonable criteria for the selection of assessors; 2. Train competence assessors; 3. Interpret acceptable evidence; 4. Perform an assessment; 5. Verify an assessment; and 6. Complete assessment documentation.